Launched at Solar Power International last month in Las Vegas, the 51st State is aimed at challenging a broad range of energy industry stakeholders -- from think-tank analysts and utility staffers to electric-bill-paying consumers -- to come up with new ideas for building a clean, affordable and resilient power system.
Pioneering technology for the $2.6 billion project in Irish Sea could help reduce costs of future offshore wind projects around the world
Live Earth Products, Inc. Marks 25 Years Of Ecologically Sound Practices With High Powered Solar Panels
Emery County-based mineral company recognized by the USDA as one of four Utah companies leading the way in renewable energy initiatives; implements solar generating power source to significantly decrease traditional energy consumption
"Sunrun is one of the solar industry's fastest-growing and leading companies. We are very happy to work together with Sunrun to promote the development of solar energy. This partnership is another strategic move that will allow us to maintain our market position and grow as North America's largest solar manufacturer"
The project will provide clean and uninterruptible power for the 750,000 Sq. Ft. Office Building
As First Wind's first renewable energy project in Utah, the project has produced cost-competitive clean energy since 2009 while delivering economic and community benefits
Interactive Map Shows Need to Strengthen Plan's State-Specific Clean Energy Targets
CIS modules supply electricity to former school-turned-sake brewery on Sado Island in Niigata, Japan
Marks 3rd Consecutive Year as Top Global PV Manufacturer for Environmental and Social Commitments
Mont-Rothery Wind Project, consisting of 37 turbines supplied by Senvion, is expected to be placed into service at the end of 2015.
Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) today hailed a major new effort by China and the United States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) as part of efforts to fight damaging climate change.
Agreement with Bonneville Power Administration, U.S. Department of Energy to Conduct Demonstration Project for Grid Stabilization
Online Testing of New System for Grid Control to Prevent Major Power Outages
Consenting studies reveal a pressurised planning process ----Increase in wind farm size has not yielded anticipated cost per MW reduction ---- Recommendations offered to reverse the trend of wind farms taking longer and costing more to consent
Photon Energy N.V.: Communication infrastructure leading the charge for renewable energy in Australia
Photon Energy launches ground-breaking solar storage project
"Here in America, according to the U.S. Department of Energy's Wind Vision for the growth of our industry, we can quadruple wind power by 2030 and save consumers money doing it, if policymakers keep supporting state renewable standards and federal tax incentives to attract the necessary private investment."
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